NYFW BEST OF MARCHESA SPRING 2013 COLLECTION
Marchesa has never disappointed when it comes to drop dead gorgeous gowns. For this years collection bright Indian Sari's and Punjabi seemed to be the inspirations. I'm always impressed with their attention to detail and head to toe perfection in each piece.
DOLCE and GABBANA FALL/WINTER BOTIES 2013
What a perfect season to bring it in with style "a bow tie." I love the bow tie. You can dress it with a tuxedo but as well you could casual it with a nice pair of denim pant. If there is somebody you would like to impress at your job or outside your job putting on that "bow tie" leaves a serious impression. Especially if the "bow tie" is by Dolce and Gabbana. Trust me Always works for me.
CANDICE SWANEPOEL PERFECTION IN NUMÉRO TOKYO
Perfect hair, styling and of course slightly evil beuty Candice Swanepoel, in this eitorial from September issue of Numéro Tokyo. Shot by Alexi Lubomirski she's wearing Dior, Burberry Prorsum and Gucci. .
MODERN BEEHIVE-MEGA VOLUME AND A SOFT TWIST GIVE MEDIUM LENGTH HAIR A FLIRTY FEEL.
Step1: Grab and spay two inch sections of dry hair with volumizing hairspray and wrap each around a Velcro roller. (You'll need seven to 10 to cover your crown and the sides and back of your head) Let them set for 10min while your apply your make-up.
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"Magical Creatures is a story written for Wildfox by critically acclaimed author, Francesca Lia Block. Francesca has been an inspiration for Wildfox creators, Emily Faulstich and Kimberley Gordon, since before the birth of Wildfox in 2007. Together Francesca, Emily and Kim have based a collection of dreamy T shirts on the story of 3 very different, magical girls who live in our favorite Wildfox cities – Ella, a fairy from Los Angeles, Cherie, a gypsy from Paris, and Dahlia, a witch from New York. Francesca tells a story of these three girls and their important friendship, a metaphorical weaving of magic and mystery, beautiful clothes, and romantic back drops." Read the rest here
March 24, 2012
To do these I used a Cannon Rebele Xsi with a EF-S 17-85mm lens. I set the camera with low ISO to get as little noise as possible, and started with shutter speeds of 10-20 seconds at F/8, experimenting with slightly different settings, and different ways of moving the camera, to get the best result.
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Of the No Shadow pieces, Tojikil says “An object is seen when our eyes capture light that is reflected from the object. If we extract just the light that is reflected from ‘something,’ are we still in the presence of that ‘something?’ Using contours of light, I try to express this ‘something.’